UPDATE: It uh… didn’t go as planned: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/structure/launch/orbital.html#.VFAdJ4fG7dQ
The time has been updated to 6:22pm on Tuesday, October 28th (tonight!). I will try to keep you updated if other changes occur.
We should be able to make out the first stage cutoff as well as the 2nd stage ignition.
As an added bonus viewers on the boardwalk should be able to see the International Space Station fly past just after the launch. At 6:51PM the ISS will appear 36 degrees above the horizon to the west and will be visible for 4 minutes and disappear 10 degrees above horizon in the SSE
This image will help explain where to look http://spotthestation.nasa.gov/images/astro_horizon.jpg and more ISS sightings can be found at http://spotthestation.nasa.gov